Automatic Transportation Systems for Surgical Equipment
System Requirements (Areas of Improvement)
- Thorough prevention of secondary infection in hospitals (ensures safety).
- Prevent picking errors (of medical equipment, surgical tools, medical supplies etc.).
- Support a wide array of surgical equipment (makes staff work easier and more efficient).
- Increase surgical efficiency and quality of intraoperative management.
- Robust security control.
- Make operations in the hospital and surgery room smooth and efficient.
- It is possible to check the tools and equipment on the screen, improving the accuracy of assembly work after cleaning.
- Schedule control allows pre- planning and preparation of required equipment.
- Sterilization date/time is obtained from the sterilization equipment data and sterilization expiry for each container is controlled according to the sterilization method (high pressure steam, gas, etc.).
- Security ensured with entry of user name and password settings.
- Keeps three major areas of "rotation" completely separate: patients, equipment supply (clean area), and recovery (unclean area).
- Data copied to multiple computers to provide backup against accidental deletion.
Features of Installed Equipment
- Stores fluid replacement, poultices, and other products, making effective use of available space.
- Creates a system allowing for qualitative and quantitative control of equipment with virtually no errors.
Magnetic-guided Automated Transportation Vehicles (AGV)
- Automatic transportation of surgical equipment and recovery of medical wastes.
Vertical Rotating Shelves (Auto-Shelves)
- Rapid response stocking and destocking provides optimal storage solution for emergency medical equipment.
- Easily configured as a FIFO system.
Pneumatic Tube Systems
- Patient charts, medicines, X-ray film, and other items can be sent through this system without the need for human couriers.
- A solution for items that cannot be transferred electronically.
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